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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by ToniElaine2006, Aug 28, 2014.
What should I do?
Are you feeding them extra calcium in their diet, like oyster shell?
I have been feeding them extra egg feed and give them most of our scraps... I just purchased DUMOR layer feed yesterday. I'm hoping that works.
I would not worry too much. I have had some lay at 5 months and others at 11 months. Make sure they have a nice nest and put a golf ball in it. Sometimes they sit in there and practice.
First question is - are you certain that these birds are, in fact, pullets? If not, your wait for eggs could be a whole lot longer.
At six months of age, there is no reason for concern that they have not yet begun to lay - as long as you are providing a good environment and proper diet they will lay in their own time.